The Kashmir region was an important part of the "Silk Route", which included the tea and spice trade. Caravans travelled from China through northern India to central Asia and on to the Middle East. The very name of Kashmiri Kahwa tea comes from Arabic and means 'aromatic drink', which has stimulating effects like coffee. During the Moghul dynasty in India, magnificent gardens and palaces were created in Kashmir, where this drink was often served. That is why Kashmiri Kahwa, is also called the "Moghul tea".
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